Writer Isobel O'Hare has been creating terribly spot-on blackout, or erasure, poetry from the endless series of high profile sexual harassment and assault statements currently out in the world, and there is a nice piece on her work in Fast Company, which you can read here. There is also excerpt below. Of course.
“I started noticing, while reading these statements, that many of them used similar language,” O’Hare says. “There was a theme of ‘that was the culture then’ and sexist language like ‘these women’ kept appearing. I wanted to draw attention to that and to show what the men writing these statements didn’t realize they were revealing about themselves.”